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From Haunted Houses to Zombies: The Most Frightening Scary Horror Games
Do you enjoy the adrenaline rush of being scared out of your wits? Are you a fan of horror movies and looking for a new way to experience fear? Look no further. In this article, we will explore some of the most terrifying scary horror games that will leave you trembling with fear. From haunted houses to zombies, these games will push your limits and keep you on the edge of your seat.
Haunted Houses: A Classic Thrill
If you’re a fan of haunted houses, then horror games that feature eerie mansions or abandoned buildings are sure to provide an exhilarating experience. One such game that comes to mind is “Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.” Set in a dilapidated plantation house in rural Louisiana, this game combines atmospheric horror with intense gameplay. As you navigate through dark corridors and solve puzzles, you’ll encounter grotesque creatures and terrifying jump scares that will keep your heart pounding.
Another notable haunted house game is “Amnesia: The Dark Descent.” In this first-person survival horror game, players find themselves trapped inside an ancient castle with no memory of how they got there. With limited resources and a lurking presence that feeds on fear, this game is guaranteed to make even the bravest players feel vulnerable and terrified.
Zombies: A Never-Ending Nightmare
Zombies have been a staple in horror culture for decades, and scary horror games featuring these undead creatures are always popular among thrill-seekers. One standout title in this genre is “The Last of Us.” Set in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by infected humans turned into zombies, this action-adventure game blends intense combat with an emotionally gripping storyline. The realistic graphics and immersive gameplay make every encounter with the infected a heart-pounding experience.
For those seeking a more intense zombie experience, “Resident Evil 2” is a must-play. This remake of the classic survival horror game takes players back to Raccoon City, where a zombie outbreak has turned the population into flesh-eating monsters. With its atmospheric setting and relentless undead enemies, this game will keep you on your toes as you fight for survival.
Psychological Horror: A Mind-Bending Challenge
If you prefer horror games that mess with your mind, then psychological horror games are perfect for you. “Silent Hill 2” is often regarded as one of the best examples of this subgenre. As players control James Sunderland through the foggy town of Silent Hill, they unravel a deeply disturbing story filled with symbolism and psychological torment. The game’s haunting atmosphere and psychological twists will leave you questioning reality long after you’ve put down the controller.
Another mind-bending horror experience is “Layers of Fear.” In this first-person exploration game, players step into the shoes of a disturbed painter as they navigate through a constantly changing mansion. Delving into themes of madness and obsession, this game uses clever storytelling and visual trickery to create an unsettling experience that will keep you guessing until the very end.
Survival Horror: Fight or Flight
For those who enjoy intense gameplay and heart-pounding action, survival horror games provide an adrenaline-fueled experience like no other. “Outlast” is a prime example of this genre. Armed only with a camcorder, players must navigate through an abandoned psychiatric hospital filled with deranged inmates. With no means to defend yourself other than hiding or running away, every encounter becomes a tense battle for survival.
Another standout survival horror game is “Alien: Isolation.” Set fifteen years after the events of Ridley Scott’s iconic film “Alien,” players assume the role of Ellen Ripley’s daughter as she tries to survive aboard a space station infested by one relentless xenomorph. The game’s AI-driven alien enemy constantly adapts to the player’s actions, making every encounter a nerve-wracking game of cat-and-mouse.
In conclusion, if you’re a fan of being scared senseless, these scary horror games will provide an unforgettable experience. Whether you prefer haunted houses, zombies, psychological torment, or survival challenges, there is a game out there that will cater to your darkest fears. So grab your controller and prepare for a night of terror as you dive into these spine-chilling virtual worlds.
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Every campus has its own horror tales. There's an endless supply of ghost stories passed down from class to class, and three of the scariest tales will be told this time. The "C" Bed, The Sighting in the Cheerleading room, The Abandoned.
Panisara Rikulsurakan "Tai (segment "Last Cheer")"
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HAUNTED UNIVERSITIES (เทอม 2 สยองขวัญ) (2022)
Genre: Horror Director: Ekapon Sethasuk, Jatupong Rungruengdechapat, Pataraporn Weerasakwong Cast: Praewa Suthumpong (BNK48’s Music), Panisara Rikulsurakan, Teeradon Supapunpinyo, Sawanya Paisarnpayak, Khemisara Pholdej, Krit Jeerapattananuwong Runtime: 2 hr 10 mins Rating: NC16 (Horror & Some Violence) Released By: Shaw Official Website: Opening Day: 12 May 2022 Synopsis: Every campus has its own horror tales passed down from seniors. The Haunted Universities tells three of the scariest tales: Last Cheer, The C and The Abandoned. Movie Review:
Everyone loves a good horror movie, even if you are a scaredy cat who cowers in fear at when the unknowing protagonist tiptoes through an eerie corridor, or covers your eyes when the helpless damsel in distress comes face to face with an unnatural being. And that is why there is always a market for this genre. As viewers in this part of the world, Asian horror flicks have a special place in our hearts. If you have seen enough scary flicks from Thailand, you’d know they are often unnervingly effective in sending chills down your spines.
So it doesn’t really matter when Thai horror movies feel somewhat similar after a while, because the very thought of the story being a probability in this part of the world is enough to make you want to watch and find out whether there is a lingering curse out there in your vicinity.
Audiences may not be patient enough to sit through a two hour movie these days, especially if the screenplay is predictable and bland, and worse – if you are not a fan of the cast. So this movie smartly incorporates three tales in its 130 minute runtime, and thematically has the stories take place in school campuses.
Ekapon Sethasuk directs the first segment “Last Cheer”, where we see a group of freshmen gathering in a “cheer room” for what seems like an orientation camp. They are asked to sing the school anthem (which sounds really creepy, if you ask us), and things go awry during the customary ritual when one of the girls begin acting strangely.
This is a slow burning drama about a friendship between two girls who can see ghosts. The occasional jump scares are not exactly startling, but they are atmospherically visualised on screen (watch out for a sequence where a group of ghostly beings appears as a mirror image on the ceiling as they broodingly sing the school anthem). Praewa Suthumpong and Panisara Rikulsurakan headline “Last Cheer”, and the segment ends on a bittersweet note, which is a promising sign for the next two stories.
The protagonist of ”The C” directed by Jatupong Rungruengdechapat is a hardworking medical student who has the bad luck of staying in a dormitory previously occupied by another star student who died in an accident on the school’s anniversary. The ghost of the dead student returns to visit and things do not look good for the earnest dude who made the mistake to stay overnight.
Teeradon Supapunpinyo plays the lead character in this segment and he has quite a bit of work to do, considering that he is alone in most of his scenes. The story also takes its time to develop (Sawanya Paisarnpayak has a bit of screen time as the girlfriend who tried to warn him of the impending misadventure), and while the build up was intriguing, things do feel a bit overdone when the dead student shows up (like a zombie, of course) and regrettably, very little is left to imagination.
As we venture into the third segment “The Abandoned” helmed by Pataraporn Weerasakwong, we wondered whether it’ll also be slow moving like the first two tales. The premise is simple: a student asks her brother to return her laptop in the middle of the night (we are okay to oversee logic here), and he takes a wrong turn towards the old building where it is, well, obviously haunted.
This is our favourite segment because of the offbeat approach to tell the horror story. There is great use of comic timing and creative editing that makes you feel like you’re watching a variety show. Krit Jeerapattananuwong is a natural in his role as the brother who is supposedly a failure in life (he is also trying very hard to win back his girlfriend while being chased by ghosts), and his screen presence is complemented by Khemisara Pholdej who plays his all knowing sister. There is even a heartwarming moment at the end of this segment which closes the chapter on a pleasant note.
(Another effective horror movie from Thailand that delivers scares, laughs and creativity) Review by John Li
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